tv Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo FOX Business April 30, 2017 6:00pm-7:01pm EDT
are you hurting, though? you're going to feel it later. maria: good morning, days 01 for the trump administration, a spending bill and a healthcare overhaul are at the top of washington's agenda upcoming week. lawmakers may be getting closer to a long-term spending package as well. hello, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo, this is sunday morning futures. reportedly lawmakers closer than ever to a bill to repeal and replace obamacare. can they seal the deal? also, what will congress do with the president's tax reform package? i will talk with jeb as well as
plan to replace dodd-frank. punishing sanctuary cities and one border state is taking matters into their own hands. i will talk to greg abbot, governor of texas. president trump marking 100th day with rally in pennsylvania putting pressure on capitol hill, republicans to get a win on the board with a measure to repeal and replace obamacare and even calling out two pennsylvania lawmakers by name. >> we argoing to give americans the freedom to purchase the health care pla they want, not the health care forced on them by the government. and i will be so angry at congressman kelly and
congressman moreno and all of the congress in this room if we don't get that damn thing passed quickly. [cheers and applause] >> they'll get it done. we know them, they'll get it done. maria: let's talk about that right now with washington state congresswoman, rogers, the chairwoman of the house republican caucus. thank you so much for joining us once again. >> thank you, great to be with you. maria: what happened last week, did we actually turn the payment, are we closer than ever possibly in this upcoming week? >> yes, we are moving in the right direction. we are have been the important member-to-member conversations. it's our priority to move a health care bill out of the house and rescue people from family law. obamacare, although well-interpretationed, we see premiums go up, copays and deductibles, we need to provide
better health care future and that's our goal as we continue the conversations and i'm optimistic that we will move forward very quickly. maria: it feels that way. i was told that you perhaps had the votes last week and didn't have members for one reason or another and but it looks that close. >> the legislative process does take time, there's 237 house of representatives. each one needs to make sure that they unction what's in the legislation, they have questions that need to be answered. we are very close and when we have the votes we will move this bill as soon as we can out of the house. maria: before that, you'll have to vote on a spending bill, right? how close are you there? are you going to get the only any -- omni spending bill?
>> we are 98, 99% there. working in a bipartisan way, so this has been house, senate, republicans and democrats working with the administration on a spending bill, clearly, we want more accountability, more transparency, we need to make sure that we are continuing to bring down the deficits and bring down the debt of this country. the work on tax reform i guess begins and within that white paper that the president unlearned last week in terms of tax reform package that he would like to see, he was talking about doing away with all sorts of tacks, certainly from obamacare, i know that you have been working on fighting those may fifth regulations by the fda. talk to us about that and why you think it's important in terms of getting rid of